Definition of Alcibiades in English:

Alcibiades

proper noun

  • (c.450–404 bc), Athenian general and statesman. He led the unsuccessful Athenian expeditions against Sparta and Sicily during the Peloponnesian War but fled to Sparta after being charged with sacrilege.

Pronunciation:

Alcibiades

/ˌalsɪˈbʌɪədiːz/